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in newtown, connecticut today. as well as attend an interfaith vigil where he will speak. federal agents plan to target gun stores and shooting ranges across connecticut in hopes of finding clues about the gunman, adam lanza. it has now been revealed that there is no link between lanza's mother and the school. contrary to earlier reports that said nancy lanza was a teacher at sandy hook elementary. rene marsh continues our coverage. >> this quiet new in town is searching for answers. >> i am also a teacher i could not know how or what she realized. >> her friend, victoria soto died protecting her students. the names and ages of the 20 children were released on saturday. one of those children is emily. >> my daughter is one of the first that would be giving her support to support. >> as we move on from what happened here, what happened to so many people let it not turn into something that defines us. something that inspires us to be better, more compassionate and more humble. >> the governor of connecticut and turk to speak and echoed the sentiments. >> there will be to discussions about publi
effort to ban assault weapons and to pay respect to the victims and families in newtown, connecticut. kron4's jeff pierce has the story. >> we are here to represent the twenty six people who were massacred in newton connectticut (naming of vitims) >> reporter: local members of the brady campaign the national group that has crusaded for the ban of assault weapons for over three decades laid on the cold concrete of justin hermin plaza in san francisco saturday afternoon. >> we've been losing children to gun violence for a long time, i'm hoping this is the straw that broke the camels back. >> it has a greater impact when it is twenty kids at once there is something about first graders that strikes peoples hearts. >> reporter: the brady campaign and others like them are mobilizing to keep the dialogue this national tragedy has created in the forefront of their effort to ban assault weapons. >> i'm hoping that these twenty six people did not die in vain that these twenty children, their lives have to mean something and this is what they are going to mean. >> reporter: the campaign is enco
by their request. in addition for the town people for newtown, conn.. we have established a number for you to call. that number is 2 is20 three3- 270-428203-270 we still have mae working at the state of the school. it has not been completed and the problem will not be completed until another day and have to two days. we're not put in a time limit on this. we have done everything that we need to do to peel back the onion layer by layer. we need to examine every crack and a layer of the facility. this does not exclude bows out of the building. the outside of the building is all part of the crime scene including every single vehicle. we actually have three teams, three major crime scene that are working with us. we had a meeting this morning and this was what the super tennis school. she will be here to cooperate with some of the issues that she has encountered. the minute that the medical examiner is finished he will come here and we will again provide all the detail and for mission that we can. again, about the pacific questions will only take a few. i have to tell you that there's certain things t
on behalf of a student who survived the mass shooting in newtown. the attorney says the 6- year-old student, identified as "jill doe," was in her classroom at sandy hook elementary school on december 14th when suspected gunman adam lanza opened fire. lanza killed 20 first grade students and six adult staffers at the school before killing himself. the lawyer says the student has been traumatized by the killings, and accused the state of failing to protect students from "foreseeable harm." >> it's been two weeks since adam lanza open fired inside sandy hook elementary school. the shooting forever changed lives in newtown, connecticut. on friday, dozens of people came together for an interfaith vigil aimed at to the small community. jamie muro was there. on a bitterly cold morning - footprints in the snow lead to a community coming together - once again. i tell people in my church, already, that our lives will never be the same. that can be received as bad news, and we can cycle in despair, or we can say our lives will never be the same and how will we move forward in the midst of this. >> it'
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